very very brutal session at fortune room

java1980

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this is the first time in my slots history and this session at fortune room playing tomb raider will even beat any worst casino and and any casino with veryyyyy poor payout ratio.
will any1 believe that 419 spins at tomb raider (bet size $3.75-4.5) and not even a single bonus round of free spins.i did got some idol bonus, but payout wasnt good. i still couldnt believe that 419 spins and not even a single free spins bonus and $550 blew away in 25 mins.
 

aka23

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this is the first time in my slots history and this session at fortune room playing tomb raider will even beat any worst casino and and any casino with veryyyyy poor payout ratio.
will any1 believe that 419 spins at tomb raider (bet size $3.75-4.5) and not even a single bonus round of free spins.i did got some idol bonus, but payout wasnt good. i still couldnt believe that 419 spins and not even a single free spins bonus and $550 blew away in 25 mins.
Quickly working out the numbers (quick enough that I could have made a mistake), I'm getting the chances of hitting at least 3 scatters for free spins is ~1 in 124. This makes the odds of going 419 spins without getting free spins as (123/124)^419 ~= 1 in 30. 1 in 30 is rare, but not rare enough to suggest anything beyond random variance.
 

tim5ny

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I hate when I get stuck on one slot thinking that the bonus HAS to come in soon. We all do it now and then.
 

Jufo

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I hate when I get stuck on one slot thinking that the bonus HAS to come in soon. We all do it now and then.
Yes this is a situation where it is hard to swallow the loss. It is easy to forget that if a feature triggers on average every 126 spins and you have done 500 spins without the feature, the expected waiting time for the feature to appear is still 126 spins.

However, there are also slots with semi-fixed bonus rounds. That is, with spins you accumulate points and when you reach certain amount of points, you get the feature. Lost City slot on Boss media has a pick-em feature which triggers when you have accumulated 4500 points and you get 100-500 points every time a certain symbol appears on 5th reel. Are there any slots of this kind on MG software?
 

SlotsWizard

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Yes this is a situation where it is hard to swallow the loss. It is easy to forget that if a feature triggers on average every 126 spins and you have done 500 spins without the feature, the expected waiting time for the feature to appear is still 126 spins.

However, there are also slots with semi-fixed bonus rounds. That is, with spins you accumulate points and when you reach certain amount of points, you get the feature. Lost City slot on Boss media has a pick-em feature which triggers when you have accumulated 4500 points and you get 100-500 points every time a certain symbol appears on 5th reel. Are there any slots of this kind on MG software?
There are two 3-reel games like that, Diamond Deal and Chief's Fortune or Chief's Magic (can't remember which). On Diamond Deal you have to get a ring box on the 3rd reel, and after getting 3 or 4 of them you get the bonus round. On the Chief game you have to get an arrow on the 3rd reel three times to trigger the bonus round. Each spin is $3 to qualify, and the bonus rounds don't pay off enough to cancel out the amount you have to spend to get it in the first place... in short, they're not worth the trouble in my opinion.

If you still want to try them, from the MG lobby go into Slots - Reel Slots - Bonus Slots to find them.
 

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